This beautifully presented and well proportioned two bedroom second floor tenement flat is located in the heart of Morningside close to a wealth of local amenities. The property is approached via a communal stairwell and there is also access to a shared garden at the rear of the building.
The accommodation benefits from many original features including panelled doors throughout, and functioning shutters on the majority of windows. There is a bright spacious lounge with an attractive cornice and ceiling rose. The window, with an open view down Merchiston Avenue, has recently been double glazed, and the room also has a living flame gas fire. The dining/ kitchen has a selection of floor units, pantry cupboard, pulley and appliances include a gas hob with extractor hood and light, electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. There are two double bedrooms; the window in the principal bedroom has also been double glazed. The shower room has a mains shower with large walk in cubicle, wash hand basin and wall mounted towel rail. The separate WC has a wash hand basin, and there is also a box room which could be used as a dressing room or home office, it also has a cabin bed.
The property benefits from gas central heating.
EPC Band - D
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A few things about this property:
- Two Bedrooms
- Spacious Lounge
- Dining Kitchen
The finer detail:
- Box Room
- Gas Central Heating
- EPC Band - D
What we love about our house
We have much appreciated the location of the flat, its light high ceilinged rooms and feeling of spaciousness, and the wealth of original features. The recent addition of double glazing has helped not only with heating costs, but has also resulted in considerable noise reduction.\n
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